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Posted on Wet vs. Dry? Knowing when to start working the wood - Using 2-Pin Moisture Meters (1-12-2007)

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Mark A. DeCou

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#1 posted 02-01-2007 06:19 PM

Hey folks: like I said in my first sentence of this article, I didn’t really have the time to finish up the information in a manner that the topic deserves. I have been reading all of your questions, and needs for more information, and I will be trying to round up all of my supporting information, and personal experience to get the article into a format where it better answers the type of questions we all want to know. The same questions I had before I decided to buy my moisture meter. Remember, the Harbor Freight one is cheap, and that helps with the decision to push forward with getting one, even in the darkness of insufficient information.

I screwed up a piece of my latest project yesterday, so I am scrambling to start over on a piece of it, and so I really need to get back to the shop now. (more on that later, with photos, stay tuned).

sorry,
Mark

-- Mark DeCou - American Contemporary Craft Artisan - www.decoustudio.com


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